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Delhi continues to top world's most Polluted megacities list: WHO

Our quality of air is wanting

World Health Organisation Assistant Director General, Dr Flavia Bustreo. Nine out of ten people breathe poor quality air, World Health Organisation (WHO) has said in a new report. (PHOTO: COURTESY) Nine out of ten people breathe poor quality air, ... East African Standard, 6 hours ago
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WHO says drug resistance remains public health crisis

Hohoe, Oct 17, GNA - The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said multidrug-resistant tuberculosis TB (MDR-TB) remains a global public health crisis. The WHO estimates that 480,000 people fell ill with MDR-TB in 2015, according to its publication, ...
 Afropages.fr1 week ago Health regulator mulls nod to dengue vaccine  Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago Your views - Diabetes remains major health challenge in the Pacific  Pacific Islands News Association52 minutes ago Arsenic in Bangladesh: how to protect 20 million from the world's largest poisoning  Brief week ago
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WHO, UNICEF commend Borno LG on polio fight

By Ndahi Marama M AIDUGURI— Representatives of the World Health Organisation, WHO, and United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, Dr. Banda Richard and Dr. Aishatu Bintu Gambo, respectively, have commended Zanna Gubio, Chairman, Caretaker ...
 Vanguard6 hours ago Global lung health meet begins in UK  Bdnews24.com9 hours ago Rise in discrimination claims highlights risks from invisible disabilities  People Management Online13 hours ago Unicef - Major campaign launched to immunize 5.8 million Iraqi children against polio  Wired-GOV18 hours ago

Ministry conducts workshop on occupational, environmental health

The Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office of the World Health Organisation conducted the first workshop on occupational and environmental health for the second group of practitioners and other ...
 Gulf Times5 hours ago Rally held in Kathmandu to raise awareness about lead poisoning  Himalayan Times6 hours ago 50 doctors trained by WHO on occupational health  Qatar Peninsula4 hours ago National Health CIOs from UK and Ireland set to open first Executive Leadership Summit in Dublin  Hitcentral.eu1 day ago

Medical camp held to mark World Health Day

he Department of Cardiology, Medical College, and Kerala Heart Foundation jointly observed World Heart Day here on Thursday. Over 400 persons took part in a medical camp that had been organised on t...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago ​Medicals take on Gosforth in memory of former club president to mark World Stroke Day  MyNewsDesk12 hours ago World Heart Day today  The Hindu3 weeks ago Series of events marks World Heart Day  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Cholera update in Yemen

MIL OSI United Nations Source: World Health Organisation Headline: The Ministry of Public Health and Population in Yemen has confirmed additional cases of cholera and cholera-related deaths in the country. As of today, a total of 644 suspected ...
 Foreign hours ago Health organisations, government battle cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen  Al-Araby Al-Jadeed1 day ago UAE gives more aid to restore health-care sector in Yemen  Gulf News4 days ago Cholera outbreak hits war-torn Yemen: UNICEF  Business Standard2 weeks ago

How Sri Lanka bit back at mosquitoes and wiped out malaria podcast

Sixty years ago, Sri Lanka was one of the countries most affected by malaria; in September 2016, the World Health Organisation declared the country free of the disease. Dinitha Rathnayake charts the journey of a huge victory for
 The Guardian1 day ago Sri Lanka conquers malaria  The Hindu1 month ago WHO certifies Sri Lanka malaria-free  Business Standard1 month ago Sri Lankan PM inaugurates 69th session of WHO Regional committee meeting  News on Air1 month ago
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70 residents admitted after they eat infected camel meat

A health officer attends to children brought by their mothers to an open-air mobile clinic organised by World Vision International in Nachururu village, Tiaty subcounty, Baringo, in July last year. The subcounty is hard hit by famine /JOSEPH KANGOGO ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 day ago
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WHO deploys disease alert response system in Borno health facilities

WHO The World Health Organisation (WHO) has rolled out its Early Warning Alert Response System (EWARS) in 56 health facilities in Borno State to expand and strengthen disease detection in northeastern Nigeria. WHO in its website, said: By ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 day ago

World Arthritis Day marked

LAHORE - Fatima Memorial Hospital and Arthritis Care Foundation jointly organised an arthritis awareness walk to mark World Arthritis Day yesterday. The walk was held to create public awareness of Arthritis as one in every third Pakistani ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago FMH organises arthritis awareness walk  Daily Times4 days ago Sunday cyclothon to spread health awareness  Times of India1 week ago
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